URGENT NOTICE TO ALL OF OUR CLIENTS              5th Nov 2014

We have been given some very disappointing news!

This week we have been advised that some of the products we use in manufacturing have matured and will no longer be available.  Unfortunately our supplier neglected to advise us about something so important. 

We have listed the products that have reached end of life and made notes against those products for your information.

AT-C-01 Axeze RFID proprietary card - no stock available. A Read/Write (RW) card will be available for some time but only new product leaving Axeze from now on will be able to use them. Existing products will require a firmware upgrade to use these cards.

  • AT-KF-01 Axeze RFID proprietary Keyfob - limited stock available.  If you want to order before stock runs out please do so.
  • WB-06 wristbands with disks.  It is possible that there is up to one year’s supply of these units, but you need to place your orders as soon as possible.
  • WB-08 wristbands with glass transponder have alternate parts available and will not be affected.

We advise that it is likely that within twelve months only silicon and WB-08 will be the only options available.

We will be able to supply KES-I-CD Cash drawer reader/controllers for a sometime.  With the conversion to RW cards for the first time we will be able to supply duplicate Master Programming Cards for controllers.  You will need to specifically order the duplicate Master Programming Card as this is a non-standard supply.

The KES standalone keyless entry system has been discontinued effective immediately.  We have a few units in stock if you wish to purchase them.

For help please TEL: Ade:+61 883521608  Syd:+61 280051447  Mel:+61 390164127  Bris:+61 73103 3214

Axeze brings ruggedised Tablets to its product range.

20th April 2014

Axeze high quality, durable and reliable rugged mobile computer offers so many advantages for the organisation, not only in the life of the product but also great return on investment and provides a lower cost of ownership with their long life and rugged design.  Ideally suited for the harshest of environments these tablets can be used in hospitality, mining, hospitals, building sites or even with your Axeze access control system.  We have tested these and they are outstanding, they can be dropped onto concrete, run over by a vehicle, dropped in water and still work.  Read more.

 

Axeze Releases new KEP reader

Tuesday 24th March 2014


South Australian Company Axeze launches its new KEP Reader.  Technology is always changing, the faster we learn the faster the technology seems to be changing.  The same is happening at Axeze.  “We constantly carry out research and development to upgrade our products all the time” said CEO Shelley Elder,” if we don’t we will soon fall behind the eight ball.”  To read more.

 

Axeze Releases Axeze Credential Management - Software to configure and upgrade Axeze Readers

24th Mrch 2014

To complement the new Axeze KEP-USB reader is the release of the powerful Axeze Credential Management software. The Axeze KEP-M2 is the very latest in products to be released by Axeze.  Each processor used in the Axeze KEP USB reader comes from the factory with a unique serial number, which makes every Axeze KEP USB Reader is traceable which is very important for government identity management projects. To read more.

 

Axeze Releases Axeze Studio

19th March 2014

Axeze is proud to announce that it is releasing its Web enabled Axeze Studio to the market.  Our software is all developed in Australia said CEO Shelley Elder so it is great to see the end results and our products installed in a couple of big sites in Australia.  We are grateful to those organisations that decided to stick with us, whilst we sorted out those “teething challenges” that come with any totally new software development.  To read more.



 

 


Axeze introduce their Axeze Studio at Security 2012

Friday 15th February 2013 5:57pm

Axeze Studio consists of several applications that administrates, maintains, manages and configures Axeze access control network products.

The Axeze Studio is divided into several databases utilising the very latest tools and technology available today. 

  • KENCore Service is a Windows Service that handles all the communication with the access control network and software like Phoenix.
  • KENCore Agent Service is a Windows Service that monitors KENCore Service and ensures that it is always operating.
  • KENCore Manager – is a Windows Application that is a user interface (GUI) for the KENCore Service and KENCore Agent Service.
  • KENCfg – is the software that configures the reader and enables the user to retrieve the reader ID and version.
  • Phoenix- is a Web Application - User Interface that is used to administrate, maintain and manage the Axeze access control network.
  • Axeze Credential Manager - communicates with Axeze Controllers and sends the badged card code to Phoenix (or any

Axeze Announces the New Silicon Wristband (Grey)

Friday 15th February 2013 5:43pm

Axeze are delighted to announce the launch of the silicon wristbands. Operating on the same frequency as the leather wristbands, the silicon wristbands are ideal for use with the KEP range of products. With prices approx 15-25% below the leather range and easy clean silicone construction we are certain your clients will love this new product and appreciate the cost savings.


Axeze announced as Finalists in the Electronics News Future Awards

Friday 3rd September 2010 11:40am

Axeze have been announced as finalists in three different categories of these highly esteemed awards.

In the categories of Wellness, Industrial and Digital Home, Axeze and their solutions are achieving recognition.

The awards are to be at L’Aqua Hotel in Sydney’s Darling Harbour on the 16th of September 2010. An Electronics News Future Award is the perfect recognition of electronics vision, design and development. It is a way to show the industry leaders in revolution.

Electronics News Future Awards


Energy management through Home Security

Tuesday 16th March 2010 4:08pm

HOME TOYS

Energy management through home security

Dimi Kyriakou | 11 November 2009

 As it becomes more important for home automation to be both impressive and functional, Dimi Kyriakou reports on an emerging trend to integrate security systems with energy management.

The installation of a reliable security system is always important, considering that thousands of dollars are easily spent on the latest technologies for a dedicated home theatre. But something as common as home security can also be expanded to look out for the environment as well.

Ness national intel systems manager Greg Kingsley says it’s essential for people to integrate security into their home so it not only protects their family but also provides a functional home automation system.

“Security is a bit like insurance,” Greg says. “No one really wants to spend a lot of money on it, but it’s becoming a necessity to have it.

“At the same time you can tie in some home automation f


SA Innovator to Launch FACE ID

Tuesday 16th March 2010 3:55pm

ADVERTISER

SA innovator Axeze to market FaceID early next year

VALERINA CHANGARATHIL  From: The Advertiser

December 16, 2009 1:30PM

SA innovator Axeze will start marketing a new facial recognition system for controlled access to businesses and homes early next year in a bid to expand its offerings and become a bigger company.

FaceID is currently being integrated with Axeze's time and attendance and rostering system to diversify its appeal.

Hospitals, aged care homes, schools and manufacturing sites are likely to find the technology useful, Axeze chief executive Shelley Elder said.

"The system uses world-leading technology and offers ideal hands-free security,'' Ms Elder said.



Capable of storing digital profiles for up to 1500 unique faces, the device recreates a 3-dimensional image of an individual's face and analyses the results through a face detection algorithm to match the face to its internal database within seconds.

A finalist in the 2008 Telstra South Australian Busines




Axeze Launches Easy Password Creator

Tuesday 16th March 2010 3:52pm

AXEZE RELEASES ITS EASY PASSWORD CREATOR

28 February 2010

Axeze providers of  RFID, Bluetooth, facial and fingerprint recognition products supporting contact/less smartcard technologies offering reliability with a superior combination of strength, convenience and ease of use/installation are proud to announce the launch of their Easy Password Creator.

 According to the Oxford University Careful password naming/selection is important because “there are people out there who will attempt to find out, or crack, your password. Once they get your password, they can do awful things to any information stored in your account, on your computer/network or send embarrassing or offensive email in your name. Even worse, they may be able to do awful things to the accounts of other people on the system, or even break in to systems across the world from ours. So the argument, "I don't need a good password, I don't have anything in my account, anyway" doesn't work.” 

System s


Axeze Launches Computer Logon

Tuesday 16th March 2010 3:49pm

Axeze Releases its COMPUTER LOGON SYSTEM  FS80

Enhanced ID Security for Computers and other equipment

4th February 2010

Axeze providers of  RFID, Bluetooth, facial and fingerprint recognition products supporting contact/less smartcard technologies is proud to announce the launch of its fingerprint-logon product (which supports Windows based operating systems).  Designed to protect sensitive information, prevent unauthorised access, loss or misuse of data and save money.

Robert Westervelt, News Editor Search Security reported on 25 Jan 2010 that “the cost of a data breach increased for the fifth straight year to $204 per compromised record”. This amount may seem small as an individual cost, but think of a government department or mining business and you could be talking millions of dollars.  Worse still think about the cost of sensitive information placed in the hands of the wrong person.

Axeze FS80 fingerprint logon product combines Futronic fingerprint


Axeze launches USB Fingerprint and Mifare Card Reader

Wednesday 17th February 2010 9:57am

AXEZE LAUNCHES FS25 USB2.0 FINGERPRINT MIFARE CARD READER/WRITER

17th February 2010

Axeze providers of  RFID, Bluetooth, facial and fingerprint recognition software and hardware products supporting contact/less smartcard technologies are proud to announce the launch of the of FS25, an RFID USB Fingerprint Mifare Card Reader and Writer. Now we can support both contact and contact-less smart card together with Fingerprint authentication and FS25 works perfectly with our FS82 USB Fingerprint  ISO7816 Smart Card Reader and Writer.

FS25 combines fingerprint "Match on Device" and ISO14443A Mifare card Reader and Writer into one compact device. It supports both 1KB and 4KB Mifare card and is perfect for real two-factor authentication, what you own(finger) is matched with what you carry(Mifare card), because fingerprint data can be stored to Mifare card.

Mifare is a 13.56 MHz contactless technology owned by Philips. It complies with ISO14443A - the industry standard for


Axeze Blue launches

Wednesday 4th November 2009 9:54am

Axeze Blue™, world-first hands-free, keyless entry system launches at Digital Lifestyle Show, Melbourne

Article from NewsMaker.com.au

Adelaide-based Australian access control and security technology innovator Axeze will launch Axeze Blue™ at the Digital Lifestyle Show, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, October 30-November 1 (Stand D66).

The patent-pending system turns any Bluetooth device into a key, eliminating the need to hunt for keys – simply walk or drive up and the door or gate opens. The device is typically managed from a mobile phone but any Bluetooth-enabled device can be used, says Axeze CEO Shelley Elder.

“Who hasn’t wasted time and energy looking for their keys?” Ms Elder asks. “With Axeze Blue™ all you need when you leave or enter your house is your phone. In fact you can use the same phone to access all your doors and gates – at the office, at home, at your holiday home or your parents’ house. It just dramati


Axeze launches FaceID

Thursday 22nd October 2009 9:54am

Axeze launches FaceID™, solves 'cold finger' problem for access control

Article from NewsMaker.com.au

Adelaide-based Australian access control and security technology innovator Axeze launches FaceID™ at the Digital Lifestyle Show, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, October 30-November 1, Stand D66.

FaceID™, the world’s first embedded facial recognition system, uses a unique Dual Sensor™ facial recognition algorithm to make facial registration and recognition faster and more accurate than ever before.

The system incorporates adaptive source-light technology to work under different lighting conditions and is backed up by powerful software that includes Time Attendance Setup, Access Control and User Identification.

"FaceID™ is suitable for businesses, hospitality venues, nursing homes and any area that requires secure access,” says Axeze CEO Shelley Elder. “The device can replace cards, keys and clocks.  It also solves the 'cold fing


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